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One of the most difficult choices for anyone to make these days is what not to do. And it gets exponentially more challenging when a group of individuals is trying
I recently interviewed some of the most powerful editors-in-chief in Finland for ProCom’s ProCast Podcast series. The topic of the interviews was spinning, in other words, the manipulative use of
The amount of medium-size businesses in Europe is a great thing because it feeds competition. Others say that that is exactly why Europe will fail because our companies are not
But the worst realization was that all this audio was crowding out my own thinking. It is human to let someone else do your thinking for you. It is easy,
Just as podcasts had become mainstream enough to make Joe Rogan, an unlikely man of the moment, a multi-millionaire, and attract the likes of Barack Obama and Bruce Springsteen to
The rise of search and social media turned the media landscape into an impenetrable jungle and destroyed the business model for legacy media. Today people follow – and get their